Another Mishap averted as Indigo, SpiceJet aircraft come face-to-face at IGI in Delhi


Indigo, SpiceJet aircraft come face-to-face at IGI

An Indigo flight 6C-729 which was coming from Lucknow to Delhi with 176 passengers on board, post landing on the taxi way saw a SpiceJet aircraft in front of it.

Indigo said that Following the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), the Captain -in-Command took the decision of switching off the engine and reported the incident to ATC.

“There has been no unfortunate incident or close shave-off as reported by a section of media. All 176 passengers along with the crew are safe. IndiGo flight was observing ATC instructions all the time at Delhi airport.

IndiGo said it has voluntarily informed the DGCA. This matter is being investigated by IndiGo safety department and the regulator.

On its part, Spice jet said SpiceJet flight SG 123 operating Delhi-Hyderabad was following ATC instructions at all times at the Delhi airport. While taxiing, the SpiceJet crew observed another aircraft on the same taxiway in the opposite direction. Acting promptly, the SpiceJet crew immediately stopped the aircraft and intimated the ATC. Safety is of utmost and primary concern at SpiceJet. At no stage the safety of passengers, crew and aircraft was compromised. All concerned authorities were immediately informed.”

“As an airline we rely upon ATC’s traffic advisory and ensure to comply with their instructions. At IndiGo, safety of the passengers, crew and the aircraft are of top priority – and at no time it can be compromised.”

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